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Arizona: 4.88 4X4 + LSD = $2300 INSTALLED!!

So ive been shopping around, ALOT!!!
Found CM Performance wasnt the cheapest.

I found a local Arizona Nitro Dealer, that also performs installations.

480-797-0469 – Andrew / Untitled Document

Fr Master Kit
Rr Master Kit
4.88 Front/Rear Nitro Gears
Detroit TrueTrac LSD

Roughly to be around $1600.00 + $600 installation

PARTS ON ORDER!

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absolutely will!

Going to pay today and possibly install it by Friday
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cheap i got 1950 in parts.....not including the install that the flat rate book shows 13 hrs
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what is the purpose of the auburn lsd and the 4.88 gears? would i need them if i put 24s on my truck?



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Are you lifted? really don't need that much traction in az...
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[QUOTE=tundrakountry;986179]Are you lifted? really don't need that much traction in az...[/QUOTE

im living in utah right now and i have a 3/1 leveling kit.. the auburn and 4.88s have been on my mind but i dont know what the purpose they serve or if they are worth me putting on my truck.



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You really won't benefit from the 4:88s unless you are running 35"-37" tires as they are to lower gear ratio to compensate for the larger diameter tires...that's is unless you are looking for more bottom end for something like drag racing then you may want them but as a daily driver your mileage will suffer withbthe smaller tires and low gears....the auburn posi is for just that reason...a mechanical posi traction unit to make your truck hook up better and put power to ground...unlike our electronic controlled stuff that is good but not great... Hope this helps but don't waste your money unless you have the lift and big tires....only reason I did it is I want taller tires and even though this truck is a beast...I know I will not be happy with the power or mileage when I go bigger on tires.....just as an example I had a chevy HD 2500 6.0 and no matter how I drove or what I towed, highway or city, I got 13.5 mpg.....lifted and 325/60-20s and put in 4.88s, stock were 4.10s, and truck felt like it pulled and ran better and actually went up to 14.5mpg....not a huge mileage improvement but keeping all my power to tow car trailers etc was worth it....but I will say it was less than 1000$ installed on the chevy.....gotta pay the tundra tax I guess lol...
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Arizona: 4.88 4X4 + LSD = $2300 INSTALLED!!

The Tundra tax makes it a tough sell. I regeared my old Wrangler with Yukon gears for around $800 with Timken master install kits. I keep wanting to regear my truck but even if I were to gain 2 mpg and driving 30k/ year it would take forever to break even on $2k. I guess in fairness that would be adding Auburn too though because I couldn't resist if I were doing it.

Shenegar are you installing your own gears? You have a shop in Bluefield right?


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They will install at shop here in bluefield.....not my shop but I manage it for them lol
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let us know how it goes! Just finished up my LT and am working on my front and rear bumpers right now...this is next on my install list along with a SC.

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